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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(White House: John King) The challenges facing President Bush on his visit to Africa featured; map shown of the coming visits to South Africa, Botswana, Nigeria, Senegal & Uganda. [National security adviser Condoleezza RICE- says slavery was America's birth defect.] [Former assistant Secretary of State Brookings Inst. Susan RICE - says Al Qaeda can exploit these kinds of situations; comments on our oil trade with Africa.] The skepticism about the administration's commitment to AIDS in Africa noted. [Africa Action Salih BOOKER- says Bush risks being seen as callous if promises are broken; states Bush did not request a meeting with former South African President Nelson Mandela.]
- Brown, Aaron;
- King, John
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